Archive of CVAD News, Events

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September 2020

CADD and Maddrey LLC Artist Prize is $5000 to support Black artists

CADD and Maddrey PLLC establish $5K Artist Prize to support Black artists

The Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas and the law firm Maddrey PLLC have announced the new $5,000 CADD x Maddrey PLLC Artist Prize, for Black artists living or working in Dallas. The prize is geared toward...
Elaine Pawlowicz

Institute for the Advancement of the Arts selects Elaine Pawlowicz as 2020-21 Fellow

UNT's new 2020-21 IAA Faculty Fellows includes Elaine Pawlowicz, associate professor, drawing and painting, CVAD Department of Studio Art, in this year's selection of UNT faculty...
Cotton Week Learning, Cotton Incorporated logo

Cotton Learning Week: Workshop & Lecture Series

Register to join enroll in educational workshops and our on-line lecture series to learn more about cotton through an immersive, hands-on experience...
Doug May

CQ Magazine selects three works by Doug May in the 61st international juried competition

Multiple works by Douglas D. May, assistant professor for communication design, CVAD Department of Design, were accepted into Creative Quarterly magazine's 61st...
NEWH Dallas call for applicants

Interior Designers: NEWH Dallas opens call for $cholarship applicants

Interior Design students are eligible for the NEWH Dallas Chapter scholarship. NEWH, Inc. and its chapters are tasked with fundraising to provide scholarship dollars for eligible students planning to...
Liss LaFleur

Live Stream: Liss LaFleur explores an interdisciplinary approach to media, craft and engagement

Liss LaFleur, CVAD assistant professor, and program coordinator for Studio Art: New Media Art will be part of a panel, titled Matter Matters, on Sept. 23, from 6:30-8 p.m. for the 2020 Oso Bay Biennial XXI...
Erica Holeman

Erica Holeman's work is featured in Communication Arts journal

An integrated branding design project by Erica Holeman, assistant professor of graphic design, CVAD Department of Design, was selected for publication in Communication Arts, a professional journal for visual...
Career Round Table event is Sept. 4

CVAD Foundations and Career Center conduct a discussion for career preparation

Students will have an opportunity to discuss and discover career opportunities during The Career Round Table event offered by CVAD Foundations and UNT Career Center staff members...
FGI Dallas logo

Fashion Design Alumni earn Top Awards at FGI-Dallas Competition

The 2020 Dallas Fashion Group International Scholarship Competition Virtual Awards presentation resulted in major awards for three CVAD Fashion Design students. Rhonda Sargent Chambers, co-director of the...

August 2020

Liss LaFleur

Liss LaFleur selected as Kennedy Center 2020-21 Citizen Artist Fellow

July 9, 2020 — The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts selected Liss LeFleur, associate professor of studio art, as one of only seven Citizen Artist Fellows for 2020-2021...
Need help with school supplies? Contact the Learning Center

Check out the School Supply Pantry

Need some help with school supplies? The School Supply Pantry operated by the UNT Learning Center provides students with items that are necessary to be successful in their classes. Students can request up to 10 free items...
CVAD Student Computer Lab

CVAD IT Services provides remote online access to connect to software from home

The CVAD Student Computer Lab and CVAD computer classrooms are currently closed to on-campus visitors due to COVID-19. However, computers in the CVAD lab and classrooms are configured so...
Detail of art by Loc Huynh and Emily Potts

CVAD students make it to the final exhibition in AXA Art Prize competition

Loc Huynh and Emily Potts, CVAD graduate students in Studio Art, submitted two of the 400 entries that have been accepted from across the nation for the ...
Book cover detail, hands making a basket, book by Jennifer Way

Craft has seen a surge during the pandemic, but turning to art amid turmoil is not new

Turning to craft in a time of turmoil is not unprecedented, according to art historian Jennifer Way, professor of art history. People have used craft as a means for therapy and wellness, cultural heritage and political activism in periods of...

July 2020

drawing of an eagle with wings spread

Required COVID-19 Safety Training for faculty and staff is due by July 31

For Faculty and Staff: As faculty and staff prepare to begin the phased-in return to our regular work locations on campus, UNT is developing a campus-wide Health and Safety Awareness campaign to limit the spread of COVID-19. The university also...
Drawing of an ID card

How do I get my ID card?

Notice from Student Financial Services Students: ID cards for students who have submitted their photo online to Student Financial Services will be distributed during the month of August in the third-floor Event Hub...